If we asked you to close your eyes and imagine a tropical paradise… the chances are the picture your mind would have conjured up would be an iconic image of the Seychelles, white sand, turquoise water, swaying coconut palms and blazing hot sun.
For those of us lucky enough to…
It’s gotta happen at some point but not on your holiday right?
Here are some ideas to keep it real on holiday if heaven forbid the skies open up!
Visit a Museum
Rainy days are perfect for soaking up some Seychelles History – why not visit the Natural history museum in the…
The Seychelles may be known for its natural beauty, but the Seychellois people and their unique fusion of diverse cultures play a major role in making the archipelago the vibrant place that it is. So what can you expect when you visit? Here’s a quick guide to what you need to know about the people, the cuisine and the local culture:
With a long-standing legacy of fine product, a 5 out of 5 star rating from UK based online retailer The Whiskey Exchange, and a clear place in rum’s hall of fame, you’d think that the Takamaka team could rest in the knowledge that they were doing a sterling job.
If you were ever going to pursue a career as a fulltime artist, the Seychelles should definitely rank right up there as one of the best places to set down your paintbrush (or chisel or pencil or any other medium for that matter). The tropical island’s exquisite surrounds, rich Seychellois culture and leisurely lifestyle offer endless inspiration for the creation of bright, colourful and diverse island arts and crafts.